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  1. This topic was closed on 10 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  2. This topic was closed on 10 March 2019. If you have a problem which is similar to the issues raised in this topic, then please start a new thread and you will get help and support there. If you would like to post up some information which is relevant to this particular topic then please flag the issue up to the site team and the thread will be reopened. - Consumer Action Group
  3. Hi Ploddertom, No. He's called whilst I was at work. He has itemised two visits on his letter though, one for 24.50 and one for 18.00 Jayne
  4. Thank you Yes I was a sole trader.... I will check, although to be fair my landlord was a councillor at the time, so if he has said the proprty is still occupied, this may be another issue!! Jayne
  5. Hi everyone. Not sure I am in the right place, forgive me if not ....Anyway, I have had a visit from a bailiff to my home address for unpaid business rates...I havn't been self employed since Feb 2010, after closing my business due to slow trade. I have no buisness stock (as everything went within a few weeks on ebay etc, for a very, very, low price. This was sold in desperation, as I had to be out of the property, and had no where to store this), but the bailiff has come to levy on my home goods. I am quite happy to pay what I owe, but can the bailiff levy on goods in my home address
  6. Hi all My husband has just opened a letter from the coop bank, notifying him of intent to close his account. He had a DD returned on the 22nd of last month. This is the first DD he has ever had on his account, and it was only temporary, until I got round to putting it onto my new account. He has had his account for 4 years, never gone overdrawn, and has his wages paid into it every month. Is this fair, or more to the point, is there anything he can do? The DD was cancelled shortly after him receiving the non pay letter. Jayne
  7. Hi guys as the title, I requested a breakdown of a HCEO charges last week, and so far haven't received anything. After reading this thread, It seems they may be a bit reluctant to send the info to me.
  8. Hi Tg167 I never wanted to get away from paying for goods supplied, and contacted the supplier with an offer of payment. They said they would send out appropriate paperwork, in order for me to make payment. They never did. The next thing I heard was from the HCEO, and straight away I offered to pay the debt. If it wasn't for the attitude of the HCEO on Thursday when I called, I wouldn't be so intent on taking this any further. Like I said, the debt is now paid, so now its for my own peace of mind, that things were done proper. Also, the point of letting the creditor know my ne
  9. Hi Sorry, I didn't make myself clear. The debt is not business rates, but monies owed to a supplier. I contacted the supplier, who agreed to send me their bank details to make payment by instalments. They never arrived, and the next thing I know HCEO were in my shop. I found out yesterday by calling the CC that the judgement papers were sent to an address we had moved from 6 months previously, so in effect I never had chance to reply to the judgement. Thanks guys though for the info so far edit TG167, they have not removed any goods. They levied on them. I have paid th
  10. Hi all I have just had to pay a sum of money to an HCEO, after months of harassing letters and phone calls, threats and general rudeness and ignorance. In march this year, I picked up a hand written envelope at my business address from HCEO requesting that I contact them urgently. I did, and they came to see me a few days later, entered my shop and levied on my goods. I explained that I had not had any comunication from court, or received a judgement, or anything, which they shrugged off as 'so what', its been passed to us so tough. Pay now or we take your goods. They eventu
  11. Hi again I assume then that there isn't any way I could get reimbursed? I will perhaps call into cab, just to put my mind at rest! Jayne
  12. Hi all, Here I am again the proverbial bad penny!! First time in this section though, so here is my question. We have paid a well known letting agent an admin fee of 155.00 for them to take up references with regards to letting a property. The application form states that the money is not refundable if a. we change our minds on renting the property, or b. if our references come back unsatisfactory. We got a call within hours of sending in our application, to say that a credit check had revealed a ccj from august 2003, and unless we could prove it had been settled, then the
  13. Thanks Rob_S. Will write to them asap. Your advice is much appreciated. Jayne
  14. Update Hi all I sent off the template letter ( see post above), disputing that I was the driver etc, and I have received a reply telling me that VCS have passed on my correspondance to Debt collect agency CCS, for issue of a summons. They have also stated that all queries must be made directly to CCS, as they will not respond to further correspondance. Do I just hold out, what can CCS do? Do I need to write to CCS with a copy of my letter, although it does say its been passed on? Also we have recently moved house, but didn't leave a forwarding address. The new tenant knows wh
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